Skip to content

Doing my Wurst in New Braunfels

Written by | Published November 13, 2012
Tearing up the floor at Wurstfest. If you can't polka or two-step, just wait for the next Chicken Dance. It's…

An electrifying showdown in Central Texas

Written by | Published November 7, 2012
It's pretty rare that I'm drawn to an event on the strength of a poster alone, but then I saw…
Last week I took some time off to host my dad while he visits from out of state, which means…

Taking the State Fair of Texas for a spin

Written by | Published October 12, 2012
A friendly passerby offered to take our photo at last year's fair with Big Tex and (because of our woeful…

RipFest Honors a Texas Legend

Written by | Published October 4, 2012
It’s said that you can’t get blood from a stone, but how about getting a horny toad out of one?…
About a year after the Second Battle of Adobe Walls and later fighting in the Red River War, Quanah Parker…
The kids are back in school, and we’re already working on the winter Texas Events Calendar, but hopefully there’s still…
On a recent visit to Houston, I made plans with my sister, Jean to go the Houston Museum of Natural…

Putting blues on the map in Navasota

Written by | Published August 9, 2012
As musicians and fans roll in for the annual Navasota Blues Festival this Friday and Saturday, I wondered: How did…

New Events Blog: Texas To Do

Written by | Published July 31, 2012
Howdy, folks! My name is Erin, and I’ve mostly worked behind the scenes here at Texas Highways as editor of the event…

Sunday Morning River Walk

Written by | Published June 12, 2012
  F.I.S.H. by Donald Lipski at I-35 underpass TH's May cover story of San Antonio's River Walk reminded me of…

From Texas to China and Back

Written by | Published May 2, 2012
  Photo by Peter Brown Texas Photographers: Descriptions of China, now showing at the Institute of Texan Cultures in San…
Back to top